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Store: Setup Your Homepage

The homepage in your theme uses a standard, dynamically generated layout that is based on the layout you choose in Theme Options. This has advantages over using a static page in that you have one less page to manage, and your homepage is more easily crawled by search engines.

  1. Start by clicking on SettingsReading
  2. Ensure Latest Posts is selected. This allows WordPress to use the dynamic homepage.
  3. Save any changes, then return to Theme OptionsGeneral
  4. Click the Site Layout tab
  5. Select a Home Page Layout by clicking on one of the layout thumbnails. Each is explained below.

homepagelayout

Blog

Displays your Homepage header and Posts in chronological order with the sidebar (if enabled). To set the number of posts to display, go to Settings Reading

Preset

Choose this option if you are new to WordPress or want a similar layout as our page demo and don’t want to mess around with widgets.

Note that the Preset options are limited – all posts in the preset layout order by date/chronologically with the most recent first/left. If you need more control, jump to the Widget-Driven layout.

Feature Slider

Displays Slider posts

  1. Select Yes in Exclude Widget if you don’t want to display the slider, otherwise leave default
  2. Select the number of slides in the Post Count menu
  3. Enter an Auto Slide Interval (seconds) or set to 0 for no auto-sliding
Product Hero Widget

Enter a title and select a category and count for each column. You should only choose All in the Middle column to show latest products from all categories. If you need more control, such as filtering by tag or setting the order, use the Widget Driven Layout and the Hero Widget. The below screenshot gives you an idea of where these options are placed in relation to one another and how the visual content will display. Only the middle column displays images and prices.

herowidget

Product Categories Three Column

Displays Product Category Images

  1. Enter a Title
  2. Select the category to show from each drop-down menu.

Products Four Column(1)

Displays Product Posts

  1. Enter a Title, if desired (shown centered above the widget)
  2. Select a Category
  3. Select the number of slides in the Post Count menu

Products Four Column(2)

Displays Product Posts

  1. Enter a Title, if desired (shown centered above the widget)
  2. Select a Category
  3. Select the number of slides in the Post Count menu

Parters Four Column

Displays Partners images, 6 per row

  1. Enter a Title, if desired (shown centered above the widget)
  2. Select a Category
  3. Select the number of posts in the Post Count menu (6, 12 etc)

Text Widget

Enter a Title and a sentence or two. You may enter basic HTML here such as small images or links, but do not enter scripts or shortcodes.

Click Save Options

 

Widget-Driven

The aim of widget driven layout is to give you much more control over your home page layout, content and widget options. Using WordPress’ built-in drag n’ drop functionality via widgets, you can build a wide variety of Home Page content arrangements. Once active you will need to go to Appearance Widgets to add the correct widgets to the correct areas. Widgets are explained in detail in Configure Your Widgets. For now, continue to Configure Theme Options.


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